august Mulavirat is made of stone, and he flashes lustrous snipes
reflecting the inexplicable inner joy at completing the task for
which he was born. This jubilant aspect indeed hypnotizes the
beholders and bends their heads in veneration unknown to themselves.
This particular mood prevailed in him not because he killed Kamsa,
but the liberation he granted to his grand father Ugrasena and
parents Devaki and Vasudeva. Moreover, his joy at killing the
renowned wrestlers and royal elephant too was emerging from every
point of his Jaganmohanarupa.
it is by all counts supreme, peerless and measureless. That joy is
depicted in all its splendour by the stone cutter at the instance of
Bhargavarma. Hence an irresistible attraction to all. At all times.
This belief is ratified by two more evidences found here. The Lords
joy was so infinite that it transcended all the limits and
restrictions, the age-long traditions prescribed for proper moulding